Comments

Digital copy of the Victim Personal statement of Witness 591 to the States of Jersey Police providing an account of his experiences in care at Haut de la Garenne and other institutions. [Some details redacted]. Signature witnessed by J Mahon.

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Reference

C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/47/WS000302

Date

December 9th 2010 - December 9th 2010

Scope and Content

Refers to difficulty sleeping as an emotional effect of his experiences in Care. Refers to his tendency to react violently to bullying or intimidation as physical effect of his experiences in Care. Refers to his behaviour in social situations as a social effect of his experiences in Care. Refers to his employment in multiple jobs, his ability to work hard, and alludes to his reaction should someone attempt to intimidate him. States that the offenders are known to him, and refers to his initial surprise that the offenders had received bail. Details injuries to his knees sustained when he was hit by the [Haut de la Garenne van] when requested to stop the van by a member of staff. Summarises psychiatric treatment since the age of 12 and into adulthood. Refers to his records as held by the States of Jersey.

Names

Haut de la Garenne
Jersey Care Leavers' Association
Operation Rectangle
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
Mahon, J

Keywords

Haut de la Garenne | Police Station | abuse | allegations | bullying | bail | behaviour | child abuse | childcare | Children | children's homes | evidence | employment | emotional abuse | investigations | IJCI | injuries | mental health | offenders | physical abuse | Police | psychiatry | residents | records | statements | staff | Sleeping | violence | vans | Victim Personal Statements | witness statements | witnesses

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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Closed until

2100

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